I-95 ETL Northbound Extension – Project Overview
This program will enhance the MDTA's efforts to provide a safe and reliable drive for its customers and expands the Traffic Relief Plan that Governor Larry Hogan announced in December 2017. In addition, the proposed improvements will increase quality of life for numerous communities with the addition of several new noise walls and will replace or rehabilitate seven bridges that are more than 50 years old. The extension is expected to be open to traffic by the end of 2024 to MD 152, with the full extension to north of MD 24 open to traffic by the end of 2027.
- Provide congestion relief
- Improving safety along the corridor
- Provide a more efficient commute
- Increase quality of life with several new noise walls
- Replace or rehabilitate multiple bridges that are more than 50 years old
What is the Northbound Extension?
The Northbound Extension will add additional express toll lanes to I-95 from the northern limit of the existing lanes at the MD 43 interchange in Baltimore County to MD 7 in Harford County.
The project includes additional construction work to replace or reconstruct bridges and overpasses, reconfigure interchanges at MD 152 and MD 24, construct new noise walls, and various additional works for items like drainage.
The map below shows the overall extent of the project.
Maryland Transportation Authority
Attn: Brian Wolfe, PE
Director of Project Development
Office of Engineering and Construction
8019 Corporate Drive, Suite F
Nottingham, MD 21236